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100000 expected to pack downtown LA for May Day march
Thousands of protesters are expected to pack downtown Los Angeles for the nation's largest workers' rights marches on May Day. (KABC). KABC. By Marc Cota-Robles. Monday, May 01, 2017 08:00AM. LOS ANGELES (KABC) --. Thousands of protesters are ...

Historic Photos: How Water Flows From the Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains to Los Angeles
Water flowing from the Sierra Nevada Mountains this spring is the welcomed result of a winter of historic snowfall that helped California recover from one of its worst dry spells on record. Some of that melting water will flow down the mountains and ...

A Bitter Dispute at Two of L.A.'s Most Popular FM Stations
They don't advertise it on the radio, but MEGA and La Raza, two of the city's most popular FM stations, are entrenched in a bitter union dispute with their on-air talent. The stations are owned by the Spanish Broadcasting System, which operates 17 ...

Unions, Immigrant Groups Ready For May Day Marches
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — Immigrant rights groups and unions will hold rallies Monday in at least a dozen California cities in opposition to President Trump's crackdown on immigration. Marches are planned in cities spanning from Santa Rosa to San ...

Supreme Court clears the way for cities, including LA, to sue banks over foreclosure crisis
The Supreme Court expanded the reach of federal housing law Monday, ruling that cities — including Los Angeles — can sue major banks for discriminatory lending practices that hurt low-income neighborhoods during the Great Recession. The decision ...

May Day live updates: Organizers expect 100000 marchers in Los Angeles
Organized labor and immigration groups are staging dozens of May Day demonstrations in cities throughout the nation Monday, with many groups planning to voice criticism of President Donald J. Trump and his administration. In Los Angeles, more than 100 ...

Father's Office Is a Perfect LA Welcome for Chargers #1 Draft Pick Mike Williams
Last weekend, college players from mostly Division 1 schools across the country learned their football fates at the NFL Draft. The multi-day affair is a spectacle unto itself, with fans cheering their team's selections in person (then proceeding to boo ...

LAPD's May Day strategy: Relationships, numbers and invisibility
The Los Angeles Police Department began laying the groundwork four months ago. Community organizers were contacted. Plans were shared. Relationships developed. Through it all, the department had one complicated goal: Be out in force to prevent ...

Oil drilling site at Westside golf course broke LA rules, report finds
An oil drilling site at a Westside golf course has flouted city rules by repeatedly installing new equipment without city approval, according to a recently released report. Community activists say that the reported violations are a symptom of a ...

Groups mount legal battle over L.A.'s closure of Beachwood Drive ...
Groups mount legal battle over L.A.'s closure of Beachwood Drive ...

Today: Honor, Our Commander in Chief and an 'Axis of Evil'
What's driving North Korea's nuclear program? I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. Honor, Our Commander in Chief and an 'Axis of Evil'. President Trump said ...

Essential California: Two LA sheriff's officials promoted to high ranks despite histories of serious discipline
Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It's Tuesday, May 2, and here's what's happening across California: TOP STORIES. Disciplined sheriff's officials get promoted. Despite having histories of serious discipline within the ...

Hudson Pacific emerges as leading studio operator with third Hollywood acquisition
Los Angeles real estate company Hudson Pacific Properties Inc. emerged as one of the largest independent studio operators in the country Monday with its $200-million purchase of one of Hollywood's oldest film lots. Upon completing its expected ...

Brawl erupts between two passengers on flight to Los Angeles
Two male passengers were seen pummeling each other on an All Nippon Airways plane en route to Los Angeles. The brawl was caught on cellphone footage by fellow passenger Corey Hour, who tweeted that the fight happened on the tarmac before the ...

Los Angeles' Robert Lee Ahn Wants to Be Congress' 'Korean-American Voice'
Twenty-five years ago, Robert Lee Ahn watched his city burn during the LA riots. He wasn't sure if his father, a small business owner in Koreatown, was going to come home. "My dad and the other tenants of the building armed themselves with whatever ...

The James Beard Awards Shut Out Los Angeles This Year
The James Beard Foundation Awards seem to have a love-hate relationship with Los Angeles. Two years ago, Nancy Silverton brought home Outstanding Chef while last year Jon & Vinny scored an award for Best Chef: West and Dahlia Narvaez won for ...

Judge strikes down city's approval of a Hollywood Target — again ...
Judge strikes down city's approval of a Hollywood Target — again ...

Inside Look: Suspects Discuss What Happens After A Police Chase Ends
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – With high-speed pursuits a part of life in the Southland, it seems like more often than not, suspects think they can outrun the law. So, why do they run? CBS2 delved into what happens after these chases end by tracking down ...

Bring your own cannabis to this membership-only LA coffee house
Doug Dracup and I are standing in front of a glass cabinet in his new gallery on South La Brea Avenue. We are looking at what appear to be handblown glass fruit — a big pineapple, strawberries, a bunch of grapes — but which are actually pipes. Really ...

Today: Repeal, Replace, Retreat?
The prognosis for the GOP healthcare plan isn't too good. I'm Davan Maharaj, editor in chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss today. TOP STORIES. Repeal, Replace, Retreat? It looks as if the third time won't ...

Lunch debt, a rape charge at USC, turning to Trump for relief on science tests: What's new in education today
The L.A. County district attorney's office charged a USC student in the rape of a fellow student "by use of drugs." School board candidates debated what L.A. Unified should do to address the growing costs of benefits. In California: Twice rebuffed by ...

See change at SeaWorld
Why: Maybe because its marine-life presentations are a throwback to your childhood in the '60s and '70s. Or maybe because they aren't. After years of protests and boycotts over its treatment of killer whales, SeaWorld is changing. There's no killer ...

A new wrinkle in LA's pension woes
At the city's budget hearing Tuesday, Los Angeles city council members got some sobering news: Investment analysts expect the city's two pension funds to produce a lower rate of return in the coming years. The city is already spending more than ever on ...

5 Art Shows to See in L.A. This Week
This week, three Boyle Heights shows explore otherworldly spirituality, aliens and corporate cults, while a filmmaker tracks down the nearly extinct white rhino. Did aliens take the first-born? Monarca Lynn Merrifield's paintings have more over ...

Group backed by wealthy Korean American businessman spends money for Ahn in LA congressional runoff
An outside group funded almost exclusively by Korean American entrepreneur Myung Ki "Mike" Hong is backing Robert Lee Ahn in Los Angeles' 34th Congressional District race. On Tuesday, it reported spending $8,000 on legal services to support Ahn. It's ...

With Garcetti's budget relying on millions from Airbnb, will LA still clamp down on short-term rentals?
Worried about homes being operated like hotels, Los Angeles lawmakers have been weighing new regulations that would cap the number of nights Angelenos can rent out their homes for short stays. But when Mayor Eric Garcetti proposed his budget, ...

Alanis Morissette's Ex-Manager Gets 6 Years For Stealing $7 Million
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — A business manager who stole more than $7 million from Alanis Morissette and others was sentenced Wednesday to six years in federal prison and ordered to pay $8.6 million in restitution. Jonathan Todd Schwartz, 47, ...

Low-income requirements for Los Angeles updated for 2017
The median income in Los Angeles County is now $64,300, according to a new estimate released by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development last month. That's important because the agency's income limits for rental assistance and affordable ...

Here's why a busy downtown Honda dealership is moving to South LA near the Coliseum
One of the country's busiest Honda sellers will move from downtown's auto row to South Los Angeles as billions of dollars worth of development flow to blocks near the historic Memorial Coliseum — and online car shopping makes dealership locations less ...

Today: What Trumpcare Could Learn From California
The House plans to vote on the GOP healthcare plan today. I'm Davan Maharaj, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Times. Here are some story lines I don't want you to miss. TOP STORIES. What Trumpcare Could Learn From California. Just when it looked as ...


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